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Publications:  Robert C. Larsen, M.D., M.P.H. 


Huston M., Larsen R.C. Occupational Mental Health & Workplace Violence. In: LaDou J., Harrison R., editors. Current Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 5th edition. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2014: 619-628.

Larsen R.C. Letter to the Editor (on PTSD and DSM-5). American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Newsletter, January 2012: 28.

 
Larsen R.C. Psychiatric Syndromes Common to the Workplace. In: Rom W.N., editor. Environmental and Occupational Medicine, 4th edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2007: 822-835.  
 
Seward J.P., Larsen R.C. Occupational Stress. In: LaDou J., editor. Current Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 4th edition. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2007: 579-594.
 
Larsen R.C. Courage to Cowardice: Options for Workplace Tragedy. California Workers' Compensation Educator, 2004; 22: 14-20

Larsen R.C. The Limitations of Objective Standards. The Bulletin of the California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery, 2004; 25: 33-35

Larsen R.C. Making Us Better Listeners (book review). Northern California Psychiatric Physician May/June 2003; 10-11.

Larsen R.C. Psychiatric Syndromes Common to the Workplace. In: Rom W.N., editor. Environmental and Occupational Medicine, 3rd edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott-Raven, 1998:881-889.

Larsen R.C. Inappropriate Workplace Aggression: Case Examples. Psychiatric Annals 1998; 28:253-258.

Larsen R.C. Occupational Psychiatry: Overview and Recent Advances. Directions in Psychiatry 1997; 17:351-360.

Larsen R.C. Workers' Compensation Stress Claims: Workplace Causes and Prevention. Psychiatric Annals 1995; 25: 234-237.

Committee on Occupational Psychiatry (Larsen RC-member), Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry: Introduction to Occupational Psychiatry. Washington, D.C. American Psychiatric Press; 1993.

Larsen R.C. The Psychiatric Component of Functional Capacity Assessment. Journal of Disability 1993; 3: 51-62.

Larsen R.C. Ethics and Confidentiality: Mental Health in the Organization. In: Kahn J., editor. Mental Health in the Workplace. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold; 1993: 53-63.

Larsen R.C. Workers' Comp Criticism Was Misdirected. (letter to the editor) California Physician, October, 1992; 8-10.

Larsen R.C. Job Stress Claims Could Be System's Downfall. California Physician, June, 1992; 37-39.

Larsen R.C. Mental Health in the Vocational Rehabilitation Process for Industrially-Injured Workers. San Francisco Vocational Services Center Point 1991; 2:4-5.

Becker C.E., Larsen R.C. Substance Abuse and Employee Assistance Programs. In: LaDou J., editor. Occupational Medicine. Appleton and Lange; 1990: 481-488.

Larsen R.C. Ethical Issues in Psychiatry and Occupational Medicine. In: Larsen R.C., Felton J.S., editors. Psychiatric Injury in the Workplace. Philadelphia: Hanley & Belfus, Inc.; 1988: 719-726.

Larsen R.C. Psychiatry & the Workplace. San Francisco Medicine, 1986; 59:22-23.

Larsen R.C. State Medical Societies: Their Perception and Handling of Impairment. In: Scott C.D., Hawk J., editors. Heal Thyself: The Health of Health Professionals. New York: Brunner Mazel; 1986: 228-234.

Ziegler J.L., Strull W.M., Larsen R.C., et al. Stress and Medical Training. West J. Med. 1985; 142:814-819.

Larsen R.C. The Resident's Perspective of Training: An Opportunity for Personal Growth. J Psychiatric Education. 1983; 7:296-303.

Adams N.H., Larsen R.C. Occupational Mental Health: Services for the Industrial Sector. PSI Consultants,1983.

Larsen R.C. The Impaired, Imbalanced Physician. San Francisco Medicine. 1983; 56:22-23.

Larsen R.C. Treatment of Impaired Physicians (letter to the editor). JAMA. 1983; 250:359.

Larsen R.C. Residential Care: Less Than an Alternative Family Setting. Quality Review Bulletin. 1983; 9:126-130.

Larsen R.C. Treatment of the Impaired Physician: The California Board of Medical Quality Assurance Program. West J Med. 1982; 137:265-269.

Larsen R.C. The Path to Wellness & Identity Formation. Northern California Psychiatric Society Newsletter, April, 1981; 7.

Larsen R.C. Resident Apathy. NCPS Newsletter. February,1981; 4.

Larsen R.C. A Psychiatric Trainee's Position on the DMH (Doctorate of Mental Health) Program. NCPS Newsletter. December 1980; 6-7.

Larsen R.C. A Resident's Position of Pro-Boycott of (APA) Meetings. NCPS Newsletter. October,1980; 5.

Larsen R.C. Kaiser V: The Self-Help Process in a Group of Cancer Patients. Current Concepts in Psychiatry. 1978; 4:15-18.

Larsen R.C. Kaiser V: Cancer Self-Help. Issues in Radical Therapy. 1978; 21:12-13.

Hinkley R.E., Eckenhoff R.G., Larsen R.C. Microtubule-Macrotubule Transformation Induced by Volatile Anesthetics. American Society of Anes. 1975; 335-356.

Wise G.E., Larsen R.C. Ultrastructural Evidence of Concanavalin A Binding Sites in Enucleated Mammalian Cells. Exptl. Cell Res. 97,1975;141-150.

SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL LECTURES PRESENTED

Mental Health Session, R. Larsen, C. Munday. California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery, Mid-Summer Seminar, San Diego, June 2016.

Mental Health Session, R. Larsen, T. Preston, D. Kauss, L. Rosenthal. California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery, Mid-Summer Seminar, Long Beach, June 2015.

Evidence Based Medicine, M. Belsky, J. Kirz, R. Larsen, L. Snook. California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery, Mid-Summer Seminar, Sacramento, June 2014.

Mental Health Session, R. Larsen, R. Lieberman, S. McCormack. California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery, Mid-Summer Seminar, Newport Beach, June 2013.

Mental Health Session
, R. Larsen, R. Rassp, R. Lieberman. California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery, Mid-Summer Seminar, Santa Clara, CA, June 2011.

Surviving and Thriving in a Deposition, Mock Depositions of: R. Larsen, P.J. Mandell and J. Ng. California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery, Mid-Summer Seminar, Santa Clara, CA, June 2011.

Psychiatric Impairments, State Bar of California, Workers’ Compensation Section, Spring Conference 2010, Universal City and Concord, CA, March 2010; California Applicants’ Attorneys Association, Santa Rosa, July 2010; Center for Occupational and Environmental Health, U.C. Berkeley, Current Trends in Workers’ Compensation, Oakland, July 2012.

Emotional Resilience as a Response to Trauma and Illness, California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery, Mid-Summer Seminar (co-chair), Berkeley, July 2008.

Psychiatric Updates for Workers' Compensation and Employment Law Attorneys (seminar moderator)
, Center for Occupational Psychiatry, San Francisco, January 2005.

Common Psychiatric Conditions in the Workplace, North Bay Workers' Compensation Association, Santa Rosa, CA, July 2003.

Psychiatric Syndromes Common to the Workplace, Advances in Occupational and Environmental Medicine, UCSF, Department of Medicine, San Francisco, May 2003.

The Psychiatric Fitness for Duty Exam, Advances in Occupational and Environmental Medicine, UCSF, Department of Medicine, San Francisco, May 2003.

Psychiatric Syndromes Common to the Workplace, Center for Occupational & Environmental Health (U.C., Berkeley), Concord, CA, July 2002. Division of Occupational & Environmental Medicine, San Francisco, May 2003.

The Psychiatric Fitness-for-Duty Examination, American Psychiatric Association, Philadelphia, PA, May 2002.

Somatoform Disorders, Factitious Disorders and Malingering: Who Should Be Responsible?, Northern California Applicant Attorneys Association, San Francisco, California, January 2002.

Ethics and the Role of the Physician in Workers' Compensation and Protecting Injured Workers' Privacy, California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery, Aptos, California, June 2001.

Industrial Medical Council Update, Industrial Claims Association, San Francisco, May 2001.

Psychiatric Disability and Treatment Strategies, Occupational Safety and Health Institute, UCSF, Oakland CA, August 2000.

Victims in the Workplace: Awful to Optimal Outcomes, APA Committee on Psychiatry in the Workplace, American Psychiatric Association, Chicago IL, May 2000.

The Psychiatric Fitness for Duty Examination, National Workers' Compensation & Occupational Medicine Seminar, San Diego, March 2000; American Psychiatric Association, Philadelphia, May 2002; American Academy of Psychiatry & the Law, Newport Beach, October 2002; Division of Occupational & Environmental Medicine, San Francisco, May 2003.

Chronic Pain Management in the 21st Century, California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery, Summer Seminar, Monterey, July 1999.

Psychiatric Disability Evaluation, Industrial Claims Association, San Francisco, February 1999.

Delayed Recovery and Confidentiality, Industrial Medical Council, Costa Mesa, CA, October 1998.

Fibromyalgia: Odyssey or Oddity, California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery, Dana Point, CA, July 1998.

Workplace Harassment, American Psychiatric Association, Toronto, June 1998.

Emerging Issues in Mental Health Cases, National Employment Law Institute, Americans with Disabilities Act Briefing, San Francisco, April 1998.

Maximizing Psychiatric Disability, California Applicants' Attorneys Association, Monterey CA, December 1997.

Treatment of the Traumatized Employee, American College of Psychiatrists, Kauai, Hawaii, February 1997.

Procare: A Program for Proactive Prevention and Intervention of Industrial Psychiatric Injuries, 25th International Congress on Occupational Health, Stockholm, Sweden, September 1996.

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: Treatment Guidelines for the Injured Employee, American College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine, San Antonio, May 1996; American Psychiatric Association, New York, May 1996; UCSF Division of Occupational & Environmental Medicine, September 1996.

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: Psychological Sequelae of Work Place Trauma, American College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine, Las Vegas, May 1995; California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery, Squaw Creek, July 1995.

Occupational Psychiatry: Introduction & Overview, Course given with B. Grant & L. Sperry, American Psychiatric Association, Miami, May 1995; New York, May 1996.

Workers' Compensation Stress Claims: Causes & Prevention, Academy of Organizational & Occupational Psychiatry, San Diego, January 1994; American College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine, Las Vegas, May 1995.

Psychiatric Assessment and Ethical Concerns in Stress Claims, Conference of California Workers' Compensation Judges, San Diego, October 1993.

Multiple Chemical Sensitivities: A Psychiatric Perspective and Ethical Issues in Occupational Medicine, National Workers' Compensation and Occupational Medicine Seminar, Cape Cod, July 1993.

Multiple Chemical Sensitivities: A Psychiatric Perspective, California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery, Carmel Valley, July 1993.

Industrial Psychiatric Claims from the Psychiatrist's Point of View, California Compensation Seminars, Burbank, June 1993.

Disability, Work Stress and Undiagnosed Anxiety Disorders, discussant, Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry, San Francisco, May 1993.

Recent California Legislative and Regulatory Changes, Workers' Compensation Defense and Occupational Medicine Seminar, San Francisco, March 1993.

Actions of the Industrial Medical Council, Industrial Claims Assn, Walnut Creek, January 1993 course.

Control of the Psychiatric Disability Evaluation Process, Conference of California Workers' Compensation Judges, San Francisco, October 1992.

Management of Occupational Health Problems in Primary Care Settings, UC Berkeley, April 1992.

The Importance of Sports Psychology to Performance, Calif. Society Industrial Medicine and Surgery, Sports Medicine Seminar, Scottsdale, March 1992.

The Psychiatric Component of Functional Capacity Assessment, American Academy Disabled Evaluating Physicians, Kansas City, November 1991.

Psychiatric Disability Evaluation, Workers' Compensation Advisor, October 1991.

Workers' Compensation Reform, Cleanup and Beyond", Industrial Claims Association, June 1991 panel.

Workers' Compensation, with James Cuneo, Esq., Occupational and Environmental Medicine Symposium, University of California, Davis, May 1991.

Psychological Pollution, American College of Occupational Medicine, Annual Meetings, San Francisco, May 1991.

Management of Occupational Health Problems in Primary Care Settings, Center Occupational Environmental Health, UC Berkeley, March 1991 seminar.

Treatment and Medical Legal Issues Under the New Workers' Compensation System, Industrial Claims Association, San Francisco, March 1991 course.

Assessment and Management of Psychosocial Problems, UCSF School of Nursing, 1991 course.

Psychiatric Workers' Compensation Cases, American Academy Organ and Occupational Psychiatry, Annual Meetings, Phoenix, January 1991.

Stress, Hypertension and Heart Disease, (moderator), California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery, Winter Seminar, Puerto Vallarta, December 1990.

Ethics in Occupational and Forensic Psychiatry, American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, San Diego, October 1990 meetings.

Handling Stress Claims, Medical-Legal Evaluations in the 90's Seminar, California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery, 1989.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Violence in the Workplace, Occupational & Environmental Medical Grand Rounds, UCSF, 1989; Industrial Claims Association, 1989.

DSM III-R: Relevance of Psychiatric Diagnosis to the Working Population, Occupational & Environmental Medical Grand Rounds, UCSF, 1989.

Psychiatric Work Injury: A California Perspective, American Psychiatric Association annual meetings, 1989.

Ethical Dilemmas in the Evaluation & Treatment of Injured Workers, California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery, Winter Seminar (chair), Palm Desert, 1988.

Work & Mental Health (co-chair), University of California, San Francisco, 1988.

Medicolegal Ethics: A Panel Discussion, California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery, Winter Seminar (chair), 1987.

Difficult Clinical Cases, California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery. Psychiatric Guidelines Seminar, 1987.

Proposed Changes in Psychiatric Disability Rating, California Applicant Attorneys Association meetings, 1987.

Evaluation of the Potentially Violent Worker, Work & Mental Health (co-chair), University of California, San Francisco, 1987.

Characteristics of a `Stress' Claims Population, Work & Mental Health (co-chair), University of California, 1986; American Academy of Psychiatry & the Law, 1986; California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery, Winter Seminar (co-chair), 1986.

Psychiatric Injury: Clinical Concepts for the Practicing Attorney, California Applicant Attorneys Association, 1986.

Psychiatry, Medical Societies & Impaired Doctors, American Psychiatric Association meetings, 1985.

Career: Power, Competence, Change, Conference on Mid-Life Issues, UCSF Medical Center, 1985.

State Medical Societies: Their Perception & Handling of Impairment, AMA 6th National Conference on the Impaired Physician, 1984.

The California Diversion Program for Impaired Physicians, American Psychiatric Association meetings, 1983.

The Impaired Physician, Grand Rounds: Mills Memorial Hospital, 1985; Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute, 1983; Department of Medicine, UCSF, 1983; Department of Psychiatry, Pacific Medical Center, 1983; Department of Psychiatry, St. Mary's Hospital, 1982.

The Meaning of Work, Grand Rounds, Division of Occupational Medicine, UCSF, 1982.

Dangerousness & Substance Abuse in Emergency Psychiatric Presentations, American Public Health Association meetings, 1981.

The California Model for Treatment of the Impaired Physician, American Public Health Association meetings, 1981.

A Resident's Perspective of Training: An Opportunity for Personal Growth, American Psychiatric Association meetings, 1980.


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